Plazma

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Not to be confused with Ground biscuit.
Plazma
Origin Volgograd, Russia
Genres Synthpop, Eurodance
Years active 1998–present
Website http://www.plazma.ru
Members Roman Chernitsyn
Maxim Postelniy

Plazma (before 1999 Slow Motion) is a Russian musical group consisting of Roman Chernitsyn (vocals, lyrics, music) and Maxim Postelniy (background vocals, keyboards, music and arrangements). The band was one of the first Russian pop groups to produce its songs exclusively in English for a Russian-speaking audience.[1] Their first and 2nd singles, "Take My Love",and "The Sweetest Surrender", put the group on top of the Russian charts. In 2011, the band released a new single called "Angel Of Snow".[2]

Albums[edit]

  • 1998: Prologue (as Slow Motion)
  • 2000: Take My Love
  • 2002: 607
  • 2006: Black & White

Singles[edit]

  • 2000: Take My Love
  • 2000: The Sweetest Surrender
  • 2001: Jump In My Car
  • 2001: Fading Like A Rose
  • 2002: You’ll Never Meet An Angel
  • 2002: Lonely
  • 2004: Lonely II
  • 2005: One Life
  • 2005: One Of A Kind
  • 2006: Save
  • 2006: Black Would Be White
  • 2006: Living In The Past
  • 2008: Never Ending Story
  • 2009: The Real Song
  • 2009: Mystery (The Power Within)
  • 2011: Angel Of Snow

Videos[edit]

  • 2000: Take My Love
  • 2000: The Sweetest Surrender
  • 2001: Lonely
  • 2002: You’ll Never Meet An Angel
  • 2003: A Bit Of Perfection (unreleased)
  • 2004: Lonely II
  • 2005: One Life
  • 2010: Mystery (The Power Within)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oleg Kushakov. "Группа "Плазма" автографы до посинения (in Russian)." (in Russian). Argumenty i Fakty. Retrieved 2009-03-04. 
  2. ^ Plazma - Angel Of Snow

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